they need it because they're worried about what people will think of them. we need to change that, and it's ironic because jesse said to me my family has been big on civil rights, patrick, this is a civil rights fight, because the way we treat people with mental illness is we marginalize them. we segregate them. there's not a health care system, there's a health care and then there's a mental health care system so we need to change our attitudes and by changing our attitudes, we'll embrace people who have very real physical illnesses. most of all, our veterans, who by the way, suffering from invisible wounds of war are losing their lives by suicide at record numbers which is an urgent call to all of us to do better, by the way we address the issues of mental health in this country. >> your father would be so proud of you, patrick, and you, teddy, and of baby owen, whom i met memorably last night. four months old, your baby, teddy's youngest grandchild.